North Carolina Social Security Disability Lawyers
Help with Denied & Delayed SSD Benefits
If you filed a claim for Social Security Disability (SSD) benefits and were denied, or your benefits have been delayed for any reason, Crumley Roberts can help. Filing a claim can be confusing and time-consuming, and if it is denied you may be faced with the difficulty of trying to prove that you are disabled – all while dealing with the very real physical, emotional, and financial troubles associated with your disability.
We handle Social Security Disability claims and appeals for clients across North Carolina and South Carolina. As SSD attorneys, we are familiar with how to file a claim and deal with the Social Security Administration (SSA) in order to pursue the benefits you rightfully deserve. More than half of initial SSD claims are denied by the SSA, but we know how to provide the proper documentation to appeal a denial. You must meet stringent medical and non-medical requirements to be eligible for Social Security Disability benefits, and we can work closely with you to prove that:
- You are covered by Social Security, and
- Your condition meets the SSA’s definition of disability
If you qualify, you can receive monthly benefits to help with living expenses while you are unable to work. These benefits apply to specific, disabling conditions that leave one unable to work for at least a year or are expected to end in death.
We Care About You Like We Care About Our Own Families
We realize that dealing with a disability is extremely difficult. Add to that the snags and roadblocks people often face when trying to procure Social Security Disability benefits, and the situation may seem impossible to bear. Our North and South Carolina SSD attorneys are here to help you. We will take your concerns to heart and will do everything in our power to take away the worry. Using our resources and experience, we will seek the benefits to which you are entitled. We can help you through this process by:
- Reviewing your medical records and history to determine how your condition qualifies for SSD benefits.
- Gathering documentation and other evidence that shows you are suffering from a qualifying disability.
- Putting together all of the paperwork that is required to file an SSD claim.
- Filing your SSD claim properly and in a timely manner.
- If your claim has already been denied, filing an appeal to seek benefits.
- Handling all communication with the SSA and other interested parties so you don’t have to.
Overcoming obstacles in the pursuit of SSD benefits can be exhausting, but we have experience in these matters and are prepared to stand up for your rights.
We welcome you to call us at (866) 691-0607 to discuss your SSD claim.